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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:08pm - #43664 
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A quick body kit question.

Of all the front bumpers that are made for the celica does anyone know which one sits lowest to the ground. On stock springs. i dont have them mine is dropped 2.1/4 and i had the blitz fibreglass and the thing cracked to a million pieces after hitting what i thought wasnt a big bump. so i ordered the blitz urethane and i was just wondering which front end sits the lowest and the highest bc i might change my order...thanks... rofl
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IcEd blUe Sep 9, 8:16pm - #43665 

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blitz US urethane

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thats at stock height
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BakerGT Sep 9, 8:25pm - #43666 

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def the blitz...but now that ur ordering urethane it wont crack...so its all good
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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:25pm - #43667 
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right but mine is dropped 2 1/4. i was trying to find out if anyone knew which one say the lowest or if there is any way of finding that out... thumbsup
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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:26pm - #43668 
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well which one sits the highest ? spineyes
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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:27pm - #43669 
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did you have to cut holes for your side markers or does the urethane come with openings?
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VSGTS14 Sep 9, 8:27pm - #43670 

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Originally Posted by 1tightwhip
right but mine is dropped 2 1/4. i was trying to find out if anyone knew which one say the lowest or if there is any way of finding that out... thumbsup


your suspension is dropped 2 inches? what size rims you got?

and btw, that pic is of a US Spec FIBERGLASS blitz, the urethane sits about an inch or less lower than the fiberglass.

if your car is lowered 2 inches and you have a blitz, it's going to be riding on the road. REALLY close.

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IcEd blUe Sep 9, 8:37pm - #43671 

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ok sorry i didnt get the completely correct picture..sue me
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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:45pm - #43672 
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i have 17" rims, so with that drop do you think i should go with the eibach sportline which is only a 1.2 drop?? frown
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1tightwhip Sep 9, 8:47pm - #43673 
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i need some help here bc i dont want my bumper breaking again...
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VSGTS14 Sep 9, 8:49pm - #43674 

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with 17's and the Eibach PROKIT - 1.2" drop
you should be low, but not touching or hitting...
You should be about 2-3 inches off the ground...
I am going to be 3 and 4 inches off I think after I lower mine with TRD springs...or is it 2 and 3? hmm I don't remmember...

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